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Past consultations & meetings

How Londoners shaped BRT

BRT is the biggest project in London’s history and a lot of planning, study and public consultation has gone into the plans. Below is a roundup of some key materials related to the BRT project.

Public Information Centre #1

Held on February 4, 2015, the purpose was to share information about the study with the public and gather feedback on preliminary planning.

Public Information Centre #2

Held on May 28 and 30, 2015, the purpose was to provide an update on public feedback, present the preliminary recommended network, identify characteristics of the vehicle technologies and stops and outline the type of runningways that could be used.

Public Information Centre #3

Held on December 2, 2015, the purpose was to provide an update on public feedback, present four network alternatives and the preliminary preferred network, identify corridor impacts and collect public feedback.

Public Information Centre #4

Held on February 23, 2017, the purposes included presenting the preliminary preferred network solution, detailing the routing through specific areas, providing info on strategies to support the larger vision (including station access, land-use planning, urban design and transit-oriented development) and outlining next steps.

Stops and Streetscapes Workshop

Held on November 15, 2017, the purpose was for the public to share ideas with the Project Team concerning the BRT stops and streetscapes.

Public Information Centre #5

At nine events held from December 9 to 14, 2017, with encore sessions on January 24, 2018, the purpose was getting public feedback to help evaluate BRT design options.

Open House

At five public events held between February 28 and March 1 to 3, 2018, the purpose was to present the recommended design options for the BRT network and gather feedback to help refine the designs.

Public Information Centre #6

At two drop-in events on June 21, 2018, the purpose was to gather public feedback to help fine tune the BRT designs.

Transit Tuesdays

Held every Tuesday from July 10 to September 11, the purpose of Transit Tuesdays was to continue gathering public feedback to help fine tune the BRT designs.

BRT staff reports and presentations


The BRT team provides regular updates and brings agenda items for consideration to working groups and committees. Here are some recent reports and presentations.

London Advisory Committee on Heritage

The London Advisory Committee on Heritage (LACH) reports to the Municipal Council, through the Planning and Environment Committee.  The purpose of the London Advisory Committee on Heritage is to lead London in the conservation of its heritage through planning, education and stewardship, and to advise the City of London on the conservation of heritage resources in the community.

Civic Works Committee

The Civic Works Committee is a standing committee that reports directly to the Municipal Council.  The Committee hears delegations from the public, present reports and recommendations to City Council.

Rapid Transit Implementation Working Group

Reporting through the Civic Works Committee, the Working Group was formed to facilitate the implementation of BRT. Meetings are held on a monthly or as-needed basis. Agendas can be found through the links below:

Strategic Priorities and Policy Committee

The Strategic Priorities and Policy Committee is a standing committee composed of the Mayor and all Council Members.  The Committee oversees the budget as well as other strategic initiatives. The Committee reports directly to the Municipal Council.